P-Square may no longer be ‘one’, but for the time the Michael Jackson inspired brothers were together, they raised the bar in terms of music videos in the country.

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Michael Jackson was the most influential artist of the 20th century. As a matter of fact, his musical influence on subsequent artists is simply unavoidable, from his immediate followers like Madonna and Bobby Brown, to later stars like Usher and Justin Timberlake, and Nigeria’s P-Square.

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P-Square were one of the earliest set of artists who redefined what music videos should look like in the Nigerian music industry. Themed around a properly choreographed dance moves, acting and a well written script, P-Square raised the bar for what music videos should represent in the music industry and all through the course of their music career, the duo maintained the standard that was associated with their visuals.

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Their well documented break-up may not give Nigerians the chance to see the brothers do their thing together again, but they delivered a great run while it lasted and it is also interesting to note that most of their videos until the latter days was directed by their brother, Jude ‘engees’ Okoye.